You hear of Jaipur’s jewellery, its Indian clothes, and new, home-grown designers excelling with clothes, accessories and all things interiors. As Jaipur becomes destination du jour this weekend, here’s our top picks of designers, boutiques and stand alone stores to check out. The good thing is, this list is valid all year round.

Woven Tree

Ladies with a sari obsession, it’s stores like Woven Tree that gives Jaipur a good reputation. Woven Tree retails hand woven saris, salwar kameez and dupattas in pure fabrics from states around India.

Where: Nidhi Kamal Towers, Barwara House, Ajmer Road

Contact: +91 9828111144

Follow them on Facebook, for regular updates, here. 

Mogra Designs

Find out here, everything we think of their design genius.

Where: Teatro Dhora, 9 Yashwant Place, Ajmer Road, Jaipur


tokreeA store of carefully curated Indian handicrafts; you can expect clothing and accessories for women and children, multipurpose antique boxes, rustic table fans, vintage Indian perfume bottles, tribal inspired art, amongst a range of period pieces. Special mention to the Ikat collection of open sandals.

Where: Inside Alsisar Hotels, Jaipur

Contact: +91 9772201320

Follow them on Facebook, for regular updates here. 

Gem Palace

Brides and all her sisters, friends, cousins and relatives, Gem Palace is one of the most popular places to shop at in Jaipur. Operational for over eight generations, you’ll find any and every gem you need, from vintage pieces and traditional designs, to more contemporary pieces. To give you an idea of how magnificent their stuff is, know this; the store is owned by the same family that once served the royals. Score.

Where: The Gem Palace, M.I Road

Contact: 0141 2374175

For more information, click here. 

Kirpal Kumbh

If you’re a fan of blue pottery, you’re looking at the most authentic store in Jaipur. Sri Kirpal Singh Shekhawat started Kirpal Kumbh, which remains the only manufacturer and exporter of authentic blue pottery. As for what’s available, choose between classical pottery designs, alongside new designs and shapes.

Where: B-18A, Shiv Marg, Banipark, Jaipur

Contact: 0141 2201127

For more information, click here. 


dhoraSince we frequently use their delivery services, we forget they’re Jaipur based. Dhora retails a mix of artisan-made and leather goods, including bags, hip flasks, costume jewellery, accessories and cotton and linen clothes. As part of their brand, Teatro Dhora is their very own concept store.

Where: 9 Yashwant Place, Ajmer Road, Jaipur

Contact: 0141 4027979

Follow them on Facebook for regular updates, here, or log on to their website here. 


As the name suggests, their inspiration comes from Goddess Kali, and focuses on all aspects of the female form. Run by sister duo Ritu and Ruchi, it is a multi brand store; Ritu does Indian wear under the label of Ritu Jain Singh, and Ruchi does eclectic western wear under the label of Crazy Heart.

Where: B-42, Lalkothi, Sahakar Marg, Jaipur

Contact: 0141 2744621

For regular updates, follow them on Facebook here.


Fashion-aware and right on trend, AlterEgo is a one-stop shop for all style needs. The owner Vijayeeta is very friendly, and doubles as a stylist for almost any occasion.

Where: P11, Prestige Apartments, Sahdev Marg, Near Ashok Nagar Police Station, C-Scheme, Jaipur

Contact: 0141 3232270

For regular updates, follow them on Facebook here. 

 Jewellery by Astha Jagwani

asthajagwaniA genius with her accessories, Astha Jagwani creates European silhouettes with Indian techniques, and vice versa. Expect some stunning costume body jewellery, including haath phools, head pieces and jhumkis.

Where: Stocked at Vrisa by Rahul and Shikha, F-6 Ramesh Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur and Kalee, B-42, Lalkothi, Sahakar Marg, Jaipur

Pratap Sons

Jaipur’s Ushnak Mal equivalent, Pratap Sons must feature on every Jaipur shopping guide. They house wedding wardrobe essentials – lehengas, saris, suit pieces, silks and indo-western wear – and judging from the rate at which weddings appear on our social calendars, Pratap Sons may jump to the top of your list.

Where: SB-39, Rambagh Circle, Tonk Road, Jaipur and Saraogi Mansion, M.I. Road, Jaipur

For more information, click here. 

Swati Ubroi

gota patti specialist, Swati’s intricate and neat work is unparalleled. She uses a lot of gota applique work, tara kaam and chord work, set on gorgeous pastel shades and standout pop colours. A word of caution: set timelines can be a bit of an issue, so we suggest advance orders and a lot of following up.

Where: C-25 Bhagwandas Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur

For more information, click here. 


taruvedaAn extension of the Taruveda Café, Taruveda’s a lifestyle store housing Balinese furniture, art and curios. They also have an in-house wellness brand ‘Omved,’ and clothes by some select designers.

Where: 1st Floor, Sunraj Villa, 2 Mysore House, Jacob Road, Civil Lines

Contact: 0141 2222644

For more information, click here. 

Johri Bazar

Famous, crowded and confusing; brave the shoppers to look for colourful lehengas, and saris in bhandej and bandhini. For saris try Rooplaxmi, Rana Sari Emporium and Jaipur Sari Kendra. The smaller lanes in Johri Bazaar house the original jeweller workstations or gaddis, and have a lot of outlets for gold, silver and studded jewellery. Also at Johri Bazaar – Jaipuri quilts {rajais} which, it is safe to say, we all own one of.

Bapu Bazar

A tourist hotspot, it’s a treasure trove of typical Jaipuri associations – juttis, Jaipuri bed sheets, soft furnishings and readymade suits. Perfect to buy gifts and souvenirs, since it’s reasonably priced and representative of Jaipur.


somaSoma, as a fashion, home ware and lifestyle brand, has managed to preserve and promote an ancient craft: block printing. Made with care and careful technique, their range is always evolving and maintains excellence consistently.

Where: A-5 Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur

Find a Soma nearest you in Jaipur, here. 

Tripolia Bazar and Chaura Rasta

For utensils, textile, ironware and trinkets. Step into the side lanes to be able to catch a glimpse of local artisans at work.

Miss India

Cutlery, show pieces, large matkas, figurines, glasses, furniture, antiques, and a massive range of jewellery – the store is perfect if you’re in the market for pure silver.

Where: 48 MI Road, Ghat Darwaza, Jaipur {opposite the Forest Essentials store on MI Road}

Contact: 0141 2371414

For more information, click here. 


amrapaliIndulge in the cult that is Amrapali when in their hometown! Much larger, and better decorated and stocked than its counterparts in other cities, the original Amrapali store is a must-visit for beautiful jewellery made with precious and semi-precious stones, even if you aren’t looking to buy anything. 

Where: Find a store location most convenient to you, here. 

Juttis at the Old City

Within the Old City’s fortified walls you will find hordes and hordes of the stunning juttis that Jaipur is famous for. Wear them with a salwar kameez or with jeans – they look equally chic. Just ask around and you’ll be directed to where you need to go.


Anokhi’s products – clothing, home décor, tableware, stationery, jewellery – attract people from all over the world. Their vibrant range has beautiful cuts, and they’ve also introduced kids wear. Another must-visit – the café, for after you’re done shopping.

Where: Find a store most convenient to you, here. 

For local handicrafts and Jaipur knick-knacks

Juttis: Ramganj Bazar

Tie and dye textiles: Kishanpole Bazar

Lac bangles: Maniharon ka Rasta

Carpets: Achrol House, Subhash Chowk

Marble carvings: Khajano ka Rasta

Block printing, hand-made paper and blue pottery: Sanganer village